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Co-author: Bascha Harris With the WWW2010 conference in Raleigh the first week of May, a slew of open source rock stars were in our hometown. Chris DiBona, Public Sector Engineering Manager at Google, was able to visit the Red Hat office and talk with us during his trip. The focus of his talk was... Read more
0 comments Posted 2 Aug 2010 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Jeremy Allison of Google and Terri Molini of Initmarketing, both presenting on behalf of Open Source for America (OSFA), joined us for the first Open Your World Forum.  OSFA is organized to advocate for open source technology use in the US Federal government, and represents  well over a thousand... Read more
0 comments Posted 2 Jul 2010 by Josh Lawson (Red Hat) Feed
Interest in iPad app development is waning, and the device just got here. Maybe that means it's time to explore more open options. Here are five.
27 comments Posted 4 Apr 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Interest in iPad app development is waning, and the device just got here. Maybe that means it's time to explore more open options. Here are five.
27 comments Posted 4 Apr 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Earlier this week I wrote a post about some of the cultural challenges Wikipedia is facing as its contribution rate has slowed. The comments you made were fantastic, including one by Dr. Ed H Chi (the PARC scientist who published the study I referred to in the post) linking to a prototype dashboard... Read more
7 comments Posted 11 Mar 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
Yesterday The Guardian reported on Living Stories, a Google Labs project tested over the last few months with the help of the New York Times and the Washington Post. Now they're turning it over to the open source community. We've all heard that the face of journalism is changing. We've seen it with... Read more
0 comments Posted 17 Feb 2010 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
Over the last few weeks, I've noticed more folks pointing out a paradox that has been driving me nuts. As many companies embrace open innovation and culture, there is one incredibly successful holdout: Apple. Three articles on the subject here, here, and here.
67 comments Posted 1 Feb 2010 by Chris Grams Feed
In the past, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other Europeans have objected to the Google book scanning project and the proposed settlement.  The reasons I've heard for the objection include the absence of protection for moral rights in the U.S., that foreign works published in the U.S. may not... Read more
0 comments Posted 5 Nov 2009 by Pam Chestek Feed

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